Fellowships support research into vaping, bacteriophage genes, and skeletal legacy collections
Three researchers at the height of their careers have been awarded fellowships to undertake study or research in their field of endeavour for two years, recognising their sustained research excellence. They will be studying the long term health effects of vaping, the identification of essential bacteriophage genes, and the bioethics of the use, curation, and repatriation of anatomical skeletal legacy collections in Aotearoa New Zealand and the USA.
Fellowships support research into continent Te Riu-a-Māui Zealandia geology, the quantum internet and understanding Darwinian evolution
PUBLISHED:Fri 28 Oct 2022
2021 James Cook Research Fellowship recipients
Three researchers at the height of their careers ha...
PUBLISHED:Thu 28 Oct 2021
Fellowships support research into brain cancer, sustainable and self-determined tourism and plant st
PUBLISHED:Thu 29 Oct 2020
In this section for submissions by our Fellows, Distinguished Professor Steve Wratten ...
- In this section for submissions by our Fellows, Distinguished Professor Steve Wratten writes about his research to explore 'bees' needs' in more depth...
PUBLISHED:Thu 31 Oct 2019
Fellowships and scholarships support researchers across spectrum of their careers
PUBLISHED:Thu 25 Oct 2018